Frozen Bingo

Keith Goulding

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Minimum Deposit (Check terms for bonus trigger): £5.00

Welcome to our Frozen Bingo Review

It is clear there is a chill in the air when you first enter the frozen bingo home page. A design that reflects its name with penguin style bingo balls on a frozen waste land. The design is simple and clean and also pleasing on the eye. But it also has a very familiar look, almost as though you’ve seen it somewhere before. That’s because the design is a carbon copy of a number of other sites that have been released by the same owner – Mandalay Games. There is one advantage to such familiarity, the layout makes it easy to check out the latest promotions and offers that are available.

This is just as well as we wanted to have a closure look at the terms and conditions to ensure that there was nothing nasty squirrelled away from the unsuspecting. While carefully looking for the terms for this review we did not spot anything that we felt made this unsafe. But the T&Cs can be changed at any moment so we’d still recommend that you took a closure look yourself.

The registration process

As part of this test we signed up to create a new player profile. The process of creating a new account is very easy and you’ll have to fill in the usual details like your name and address.

The lobby and bingo rooms

Once in the games lobby then the cold, frozen theme continues. The layout is something we like, as well as the fact that all the games rooms appear to be unique to frozen bingo. The top half of the screen is where you can access all your account details and also access the banking section to make withdrawals and deposits. Towards the bottom you’ll find all the games. But really it is a bit of a trick. There are many tabs, but when you look at the number of different bingo games they are in fact sadly lacking.

But to be able to fully comment we did inspect and play games in the different rooms on offer. This website uses dragonfish software, which has been used on hundreds of sites before this one. Therefore, for the majority of players you will know exactly what to expect so therefore do expect something different.

Overall summary

Our final summary and analysis for this frozen bingo review. It is another pretty looking bingo site with a user friendly layout. But it does feel exactly the same as a number that has been launched before it. It seems that owners had success with one site so have decided to follow exactly the same format for the rest that follows. There is nothing wrong with that and in fact this is a good site to play games, but it did feel like deja  Vu.

What is the minimum deposit required?

The minimum deposit is £5 and the maximum is £100.

How do you make a deposit?

When you make a deposit a new window will pop up. Here you will notice that ‘deposit’ has already been selected and that there is a list of different payment methods on the screen. You simply click on which ever method you’d prefer to use and then enter your account details. It is an extremely easy process.

Is it licensed and regulated?

Yes. It is licensed and regulated in Gibraltar and the UK Gambling Commission.

What software is used?

Dragonfish software is used to power all the available games.

Are bank details needed at the registration stage?

Yes, Bank Details are required to play at Frozen Bingo.

How long has the site been established?

Frozen bingo was launched in May 2015.